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Bristol University has warned students remaining in the city they could be fined £800 and receive other penalties if they flout the government’s social distancing policies, after reports of “antisocial behaviour”.
The university said it wanted to send a message that “this kind of behaviour is not acceptable”. Sarah Purdy, Bristol’s pro-vice-chancellor for student experience, said:
We have very regrettably received a small number of reports of antisocial behaviour by students in both residences and in the local community, including disregarding the advice around social distancing and isolation. This behaviour is unacceptable and will not be tolerated by the university.
We expect students to comply with the government guidance – to not do so is risking the health and safety of the community around you, including fellow students, and staff who are working hard and at their own risk to support you.